Apple Tree Farm-Fun Easter Camp at Apple Tree Farm on Tues 26th, Wed 27th and Thurs 28th March from 9.30am to 1.00pm for 4 to 8 year olds. The camp will consist of an easter egg hunt in the forest, arts n crafts, baking etc and costs 45 euro per child. Also, now enrolling for September at Apple Tree Farm Montessori with children taken from two years of age. For further information contact Pam on 087 8054678
BLACKS & WHITES JUVENILE GAA-Training for U6 continues each Monday from 6-7 pm in the indoor pitch. The St Fiacre’s U14 Football team played a home game last Saturday evening in Tom Walsh Park against Dicksboro B. It was a good, tough match with St Fiacres coming out on top on a scoreline of 3-6 to 1-9. This result means that they have won 3 out of 3. The team was as follows: S Byrne, D Sheedy, N Hayden, S Walsh, M Walsh, S Cosgrave, K Phelan, R Foley, J Dowling, K O’Grady, S Holden, J Byrne, J Cahill, I Foley, B Savage, A Foley, O Alyward. Next up for the U14 team is James Stephens at the weekend at home. Date, venue and time to be confirmed.
Intermediate Football-After getting a win under their belts the previous weekend Blacks and Whites Intermediate footballers suffered another defeat against Ballyragget last Friday night loosing by 6 points. With some key players unavailable, a win was a tall order however the lads battled hard and went in at the break down by 2 points thanks to two scores from Paul Murphy. In the second period as Skeough looked to get back into the game, Ballyragget intercepted a ball coming from defence and it worked its way to the net which was a killer blow. Blacks and Whites rallied again but could never get back into contention and Ballyragget ran out deserved winners. Team: J O Grady, A Barcoe, M Moloney, P Joyce, Jos Murphy, N Kennedy, T Joyce, M Moloney, J Lawlor, J Lennon, P Murphy, S Doyle, E Foley, K Fitzpatrick, M Kelly. Sub J Byrne
Foróige-Foróige Kilkenny is looking for volunteers countywide to help us grow and support our youth work initiatives. Foróige is a modern, vibrant organisation changing the lives of young people aged 10 to 18 nationwide by working with more than 5,125 volunteers to involve some 64,000 young people annually in our groups and programmes. Foróige’s diversity and richness means that we can find a Foróige fit for you whether that is volunteering in a youth club, youth café, special interest group, project, mentoring or assisting with events or fundraising.Be the person that makes that difference, become a Foróige volunteer today!Interested? Contact Rosie O’Brien, Foróige Regional Youth Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org or 086 2997677 for more information on how you can make a difference. For more information on Foróige check out www.foroige.ie or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/foroige
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